Yukihiro Miyota

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Assay on a high-quality microtiter plate was found to allow for quantitative analysis of bacterial serine protease, subtilisin BPN', and its mutant enzymes which had been genetically engineered to be adapted to low-temperatures (Taguchi et al., 1998. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 64, 492-495), by using polyclonal antibody against subtilisin BPN'. The use of(More)
INTRODUCTION A SAR-probe is usually calibrated using a rectangular waveguide with a matching dielectric spacer below 3 GHz [1, 2]. However, the probe diameter is comparable with the aperture size of the waveguide above 3 GHz, and it can deteriorate the accuracy of the calibration. Therefore, an alternative calibration method using a reference antenna in the(More)
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